The U.S. and Singapore were co-valedictorians in a new Morningstar report released on Friday as both countries earned "A" grades on a report card that measured the overall experience of mutual fund investors based on a variety of factors including taxation, transparency and investor protection.
At the other end of the spectrum, South Africa received a C- and New Zealand found itself at the back of the class with a D-.
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